# Betekenis van: equate

to equate
Werkwoord
• gelijkschakelen
• consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous
"You cannot equate success in financial matters with greed"

### Hyperoniemen

to equate
Werkwoord
• make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching

### Hyponiemen

to equate
Werkwoord
• be equivalent or parallel, in mathematics

### Voorbeeldzinnen

1. They equate religion with church-going.
2. Luxury and convenience do not equate to happiness.
3. It is foolish to equate money with happiness.
4. This confidence interval will then equate to the measurement uncertainty of the result.
5. Using current figures, that would equate to a yield of 8,5 % (2,82 % + 3 % + (5*,0535) = 8,5 %.
6. The amounts to be recovered equate to the total debt covered by the second agreement with FOGASA and the agreement with the TGSS.
7. The cumulative horizontal length of the conspicuity marking elements, as mounted on the vehicle, excluding any horizontal overlap of individual elements, shall equate to at least 80 per cent of:
8. The cumulative horizontal length of the conspicuity marking elements, as mounted on the vehicle, shall equate to at least 80 per cent of the overall width of the vehicle, excluding any horizontal overlap of individual elements.
9. Under French commercial law, such declarations of support may be likened to letters of intent, which, as can be seen from recent case law, the courts equate with actual guarantees.
10. Using current figures, that would equate to a yield of 8,5 % (2,82 % + 3 % + (5*,0535) = 8,5 %. The issue price of the security would be based on the average share price in the 30 preceding transaction, and the security could be converted to equity on a one-for-one basis.
11. In the event that the hybrid instrument is issued, it will be remunerated at the sum of the yield on Belgian 5 year bond, 3 % and five times the median of five-year CDS spreads of KBC calculated over the period starting on 1 January 2007 and ending on 31 August 2008. Using current figures, that would equate to a yield of 8,5 % (2,82 % + 3 % + (5*,0535) = 8,5 %.